There’s a popular adage that 50% of marriages end in divorce. That statistic may have originated sometime in the 1980s. As of 2019, it’s actually about 39% of US marriages that end in divorce. Not a stellar number by any means, but not nearly as bad as half, either. From divorce’s beginnings way back in ancient history into the modern day, the grounds that have been recognized as a reason for divorce have evolved and changed. Some of them are more unusual than you might think.
This is an encore of one of our previous lists, as presented by our YouTube host Simon Whistler. Read the full list!